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We are excited to announce our Friday night speakers will be:

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Sarah Swanson  and Max Smith      


Authors of Must-See Birds of the Pacific Northwest!

 

 

Saturday Keynote Speaker will be:

 

Noah Stryker  

               
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Saturday Noah will give a talk on his adventures in Antartica with Penguins

Author of   Among Penguins 

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and his newly released book The Thing With Feathers

    

Saturday Night at the Banquet

"Bird World: Insight for humans from the amazing lives of birds"

Birds aren’t people, but just how different are they from us? They have the same basic requirements we do: food, shelter, reproduction. And they can do some amazing things! Approaching bird behavior from new and surprising angles, Noah Strycker explores the astonishing homing abilities of pigeons, extraordinary memories of nutcrackers, self-image in magpies, life-long loves of albatrosses, particle physics of starling flocks, and other mysteries—revealing why birds do what they do, and how we can relate. With humor and wit, and drawing deep from cutting-edge science and anecdotes from the field, Strycker’s presentation will leave you with renewed inspiration about our close connections with birds.

 


Also featured will be: Richard Scheurman and John Clement 

Harvest Heritage, 

Agricultural Origins and Heirloom Crops of the Pacific Northwest.

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